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Plan supporter Larry Lamb on 'Who do you think you are?'

26/08/2011

Larry LambLong-time Plan supporter actor Larry Lamb appeared on 'The One Show' (BBC1 7pm) last Friday to talk about his appearance on 'Who do you think you are?' which will be broadcast on BBC1 on Wednesday 31st August at 9pm.

The former star of 'Eastenders' and 'Gavin & Stacey' sponsors two girls in Senegal and he visited them in 2010. He and his son, TV presenter George Lamb, recently appeared on Channel 4's 'The Million Pound Drop' and won £50,000 for Plan.

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